Amani National Congress party supporters in Kakamega county have stated that they're politically prepared to face any candidate who will be challenging H.E Musalia Mudavadi in the 2022 presidential race.
While speaking in the outskirts of the town, the leaders led by Peninah Mukabane alongside Winfred Abuti stated that they're in the process of training ANC women aspiring politicians on how they will face their rivals in the 2022 general election alongside strategizing ways that will make their party leader be the fifth president.
"This time around we shall not allow our kingpin to be misused. Gone are the days when we shall align behind other tribunal leaders. Our brother Musalia Mudavadi has everything that requires him to be the president of the Republic of Kenya''
"Our aim is to ensure that the main five political Kakamega county seats, and the presidential one are occupied by ANC candidates. And as women leaders from Kakamega county We shall continue educating up to the last minute", they uttered.
Similarly, the leaders called upon the youths to align behind Musalia Mudavadi as the only leader who will solve the alarming problem of unemployment in the country, sentiments that were supported by ANC youth representative in the county Emmanuel Buchichi who on his side advised the youths to style up.
"Many of us have taken our children to school with an intention that they should get jobs and free us from poverty that we have been brought up with, but unfortunately everything has fallen apart whereby several job positions are only available to the known individuals. Please our youths let's not be used by other political leaders whose intention is to enhance poverty in Luhya nation", Emmanuel Buchichi explained to the youths.
Kakamega ANC Youth Leader.
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